Domestic capacity strain

September 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;9/15/2006, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the passenger traffic congestion in the domestic airports in Queensland. According to general manager commercial Bruce Buchanan of Jetstar Airways, high load factors are the result of the decreasing popularity on developmental routes such as Melbourne, Victoria to Hamilton, New Zealand. In relation, the revenue seat factor of ports in Gold Coast and in Cairns have increased almost seven percent since the advent of three carriers in 2004.


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